5 July. Who said classical music and improvisation don't get along? Pianist and composer Yakir Arbib presents his first solo project, the result of years of research and live performance: Babylon, at Rome's Methodist Church on 5 July.
Like in an imaginary Tower of Babel, Arbib recreates a colourful cross section of the unlimited musical languages that can emerge from one common origin: classical music.
The King of Improvisation gives new life to the classical repertoire, by revisiting with unpredictable genius the history of music from the Baroque age to the 1900s.
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Yakir Arbib in Babylon: Classical Improvisations
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